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Articles from the January 19, 2011 edition

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Big wind knocks out power in county

During Monday's wind storm, people almost county-wide noticed abrupt power outages. According to the Klickitat PUD, 23 poles fell down across the...

 

Commissioners' meeting deals with communications, staffing

At the Klickitat County Commissioner's regular meeting Tuesday, Jan. 11, Assessor Darlene Johnson announced her reorganization plan of the Assessor's...

 
 By Lou Marzeles    News    January 19, 2011

Cantwell meets on energy at Maryhill

It was called the Columbia Gorge Bi-State Renewable Energy Zone meeting, and at it U. S. Sen. Maria Cantwell (D-Wash.) said she'd like to hear more...

 

Saturday Market meeting offers sites

A lively group of 25 people gathered in the Goldendale Library's Camplan Room on Thursday to discuss the future home of the Goldendale Saturday Market. With a history of ups and downs over its six yea...

 

Police academy seeks applicants

The Goldendale Police are looking for people interested in attending their reserve academy. Completing the academy training and field training can put graduates on track to becoming a police officer....

 

Public invited to eagle watch at The Dalles dam

The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers has invited the public to the first "Dam Eagle Watch" Saturday, Feb. 5, 1 p.m. to 4 p.m. at The Dalles Dam Visitor Center. Spotting scopes and binoculars will be set...

 

Bickleton defense produces win over Lady Vandals

Bickleton's up-tempo game was too much for the Klickitat Vandals who lost their third league game 51-40 to the Lady Pirates in Bickleton last Friday....

 

Pair of wins puts Lady Timberwolves into chase for top four in SCAC west

Last week was a great week for the Lady Timberwolves as they placed themselves firmly in contention for post-season play with a three game sweep of...

 

Size and teamwork carry Vandals over Pirates

It's been a tough season for the Bickleton Pirates, searching for their offense to click, only to suffer a setback when post player Taylor Brown went...

 

Wishram School article damaging to reputation

To the Editor: I am writing in response to your article from Dec. 29 entitled "Wishram School drug dealer gets 40-month sentence." I was shocked to see that you had labeled, in large boldface type,...

 

New elected officials have ax to grind

To the Editor: As members of the community since 1965, we have, for the most part, been satisfied with our local government and elected officials, be they Republican or Democrat. At our recent...

 

We don't need a new school

To the Editor: I am well aware of the importance of education after having spent much of my work career in engineering, adult education, and management. The recently announced bond issue raises some...

 

Handling impressions is a very newsworthy pursuit

There's a scene in the spoof movie Airplane in which a psychiatrist is asked to give his professional impression of pilot Ted Stryker. "I'm sorry,"...

 

Franklin Roy Clements

Franklin Roy Clements, 87, died on Thursday, Jan. 13, 2011, at the Oregon Veterans Home in The Dalles. Frank was born May 12, 1923, in Hays, Kansas, to Don Clements and Millie (Flemming) Clements.... Full story

 

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